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All players in all games are aiming to accomplish something.  But generally speaking in the games with which we are most familiar this 'something' is accomplished by one player or team at the expense of another player or team.  But in these Accomplishment Games all the players work together towards the achievement of a shared accomplishment.

 

 

 

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Agreement May Produce Pleasing Results
The players are sat in a circle around the storyteller. The storyteller begins by asking questions.  The players all agree on the answer before this answer is given to the storyteller (or, alternatively, they all agree that they cannot answer the question).  Read More
23-06-2012 42 weeks 2 days ago
Cookery Skills Produce Food For The Eye
The invitation to the players is to "Follow The Yellow Brick Road".  The Yellow Brick Road on this occasion is an arc, almost a complete circle, of yellow carpet tiles.  In the centre of the circle is a tall white circular cylinder. Read More
23-06-2012 4 years 34 weeks ago
Expectation Promotes Unity
The players have been promised a party but first they are to decorate the room.  The players have been provided with a very long skipping rope, decorations, and a ladder. Read More
23-06-2012 4 years 34 weeks ago
Leaning May Also Be Learning
It looks like a schoolyard game played in slow motion.  Read More
23-06-2012 42 weeks 2 days ago
The DIY Of Accomplishment Games
THE DIY OF ACCOMPLISHMENT GAMES Read More
30-04-2016 42 weeks 1 day ago
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